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  • Digital Democracy: A multi-generational view of consumer technology, media and telecom trends
    Deloitte's Digital Democracy survey compares and contrasts generational preferences in the U.S., revealing significant technology, media and telecommunications consumption trends including attitudes and behavior to advertising and social networks, mobile implications, media consumption preferences across platforms and devices, and the Internet.
  • The era of the (digital) omnivore is upon us: For home or work, it's about content and personal use cases, not technology
    There's a new class of digital consumer, Digital Omnivores (consumers who own a laptop, smartphone, and tablet), and they're bringing their preference for device usage to the enterprise. Learn more about the Digital Omnivores' impact on the enterprise IT experience.
  • From invisible to visible to measurable: Social analytics extends enterprise performance improvement
    Social media can help companies open communication channels up, down, and across the enterprise to gain data-driven insights and improve business outcomes.
  • Top ten issues for technology M&A in 2014
    What should technology companies be considering when developing their M&A strategies? Learn about top issues which are expected to influence deal activity in 2014.
  • The digitized employee: Can wearable technology help create a healthier, more productive workforce?
    Explore how mobile technology and analytics provide the tools to engage and enable the individual for the benefit of the employee's health and the company's financial health.
  • At the core: Examining issues and trends keeping semiconductor executives up at night
    The semiconductor landscape is changing. This series of brief videos explore hot issues and discuss strategies — tailored to the full spectrum of semiconductor leaders — to weather the storm of market disruption and capitalize on the new opportunities that result from change.
  • Shared spectrum: GSMA/Deloitte report explores options for mobile broadband
    A new report from the GSMA, an association of mobile operators and related companies, indicates that shared spectrum can complement — but not
    replace — the need for exclusive-access spectrum in the provision of mobile broadband.
  • The next revolution: Why the impact of mobile is at least as big as the Internet
    Explore how your company can use mobility to put information where it is needed and move decision-making to the site of impact.
  • Democratizing technology: Crossing the "CASM" to serve small and medium businesses
    SMBs are an attractive yet challenging market for technology companies. Fortunately, by applying current technology tools — cloud, analytics, social, and mobile — technology companies can exploit new ways of effectively redeploying existing products, services, and people to stay ahead of evolving SMB needs.
  • TMT Predictions 2014 – What's ahead in Tech, Media and Telecom?
    This annual publication presents Deloitte's view of the major trends over the next 12–18 months that are likely to have significant impacts for companies primarily in TMT but also across other industries.
  • Making money work for you: Redeploying cash to drive growth in tech companies
    Many technology companies today have built up cash reserves and stepped up their cash coffers at an unprecedented rate. For companies that consider investing in organic, inorganic, or capitalization levers, we present a novel framework that captures three primary business criteria to help prioritize investments to maximize topline revenue growth — strategic, operational, and tax/financial.
  • 2014 outlook on technology
    Mixed global demand, an emerging class of patent pirates and new avenues to raise capital are among trends to watch, according to Eric Openshaw, vice chairman and U.S. Technology, Media & Telecommunications leader, Deloitte LLP.
  • Some (re-)assembly required: How technology is changing the shape of business services
    With the promise of new analytics capabilities, the cost benefit of the cloud and the complexity of more mature business models, many companies are waking up to realize that operational choices that once made sense may now seem obsolete. In order to optimize the value of technological innovation and advancement, executives may want to consider a strategy shift to an integrated global business services operating model.
  • Coherency in contradiction
    We exist in a world of contradictions. The urge to resolve contradictions is human nature. Yet contradictions can be viewed as opportunities to simultaneously explore two paths in ways that complement each other. Explore how to navigate the conflicting pressures brought on by technology advances and globalization.
  • What do you know? Creating environments that fosters learning and improvement
    New technologies offer an opportunity to rethink both talent development and traditional knowledge management and integrate learning directly into the daily work experience. How can you use the rapid change of technologies to enhance the efforts and learning of your work force rather than impede them?
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